Am Mittwoch, 4. Juli 2007 schrieb Joe Smith: > "Ben Finney" <email@example.com> wrote in message > firstname.lastname@example.org">news:email@example.com... > > > Dennis Schridde <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > >> This is not Debian related, but I think you are the ones who know > >> best about licensing issues. > > > > This list, debian-legal, is a resource for Debian developers to > > determine whether a work is free software compliant with the DFSG. Its > > regular members contribute largely on the understanding that they're > > helping the Debian project. If you can't help, I guess there is no one else who can? (Implicit question: Whom else could I ask?) > Yes. > > For what its worth, The code looks non-free (by DFSG and FSF standards). It > is definately not GPL compatible. > The code does look distributable, but only in non-free, and I'm not certain > of that either (did not look closely enough). > > That is about all the anaysis he will be likely to get from this list, > unless and until the program is proposed for packaging, and/or a Debian > legal contributer feels bored. Trying again anyway, since when I don't get answers from anywhere, I can't work on it freely, so I won't work on it at all and it perhaps won't ever get packaged for Debian. Vicious circle... Is this thing (or any license in general, if that could be more easily answered) somehow mixable with the GPL? Eg. that I publish my derived work under the GPL and make an exception for Strategy First to grant them what they want? --Dennis
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